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Ziploc Space Bag Compressible Vacuum-Seal Travel Roll Bags, Set of 5

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  • 3 carry-on-size and 2 suitcase-size reusable transparent travel bags
  • Vacuum-seal design creates up to twice as much storage space
  • Roll air out through the one-way valve to compress bulky items
  • Airtight and watertight seal protects against dirt, moisture, bugs, and odors
  • Carry-on size measures 13-1/2 inches by 19-1/2 inches; suitcase size measures 18 inches by 22-1/2 inches
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009VCB6Q
  • Item model number: BRS-9322ZG
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #152,386 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

ITW Space Bags travel bags are made of the same durable material that our regular space bags are made of so you can use them over and over again. Because of the clear see through film, you can keep your cloths organized for speedy security checks at airports. Not only can you pack twice as much in your suitcase now, but as you use your travel bags they will keep dirty and damp cloths away from your clean clothes. To use, simply load your travel space bag and starting at the zippered end roll the air out for a tight sealed package. Then add all those items you would not have had room for in your suitcase!!


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Customer Reviews

Pretty easy to use, bags are not very big.
supersheetrock
As another commenter wrote, they do work better and end up with flatter packs if you sit or lie on them to squeeze the air out rather than rolling.
Jen
I have never been able to pack so much stuff in a carry on bag before, so these are great for what I needed them to do.
Sonia N Solis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

57 of 57 people found the following review helpful By S. Gagaris on November 22, 2009
I used these while moving overseas and they were lifesavers! I've since used them several times, for day trips or weekends away and such, and I can't say enough about them! I've read all the reviews on here (many negative) and ask people to take them with a grain of salt. It's possible that the person who ripped theirs was being too rough with them (although they are very sturdy!) or they got a defective one. Maybe they should have tried a new set before posting the review?

Please remember, too, that what you put into them makes a huge difference! They remove air, right? So putting jeans in them is not helpful, as jeans don't hold a lot of extra air and are easy to condense. Putting sweaters and towels into them, on the other hand, does amazing things though!! The only problem I had was being able to fit so much more into my suitcase that I had no chance of staying under the 'overweight' limit, haha!

Another reviewer noticed that when you roll them, the clothes squish to one side. That's true, so if you're worried about wrinkles, just lay down on the bag slowly. Problem solved!

I love mine and am sending them to friends and family this year! =D
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By #1 Amazon Fan VINE VOICE on March 16, 2008
I don't quite understand the previous reviewer; their review indicates they were using these bags for long term storage. These specific bags are travel bags, used to help reduce the bulk of your clothes when travelling. They aren't intended for long term usage and because they are meant be rolled to squeeze the air out, they aren't tightly sealed.

All that being said, these bags are useful but have one particular quirk. If you truly roll these up from the zippered side, the clothes tend to bunch at the other end because they slide. We have found that rather than rolling, it is better to lay the bag on a firm surface and lay down on it slowly. However, that is not nearly as quick or convenient as rolling them and as such, makes them less likely to be used more than once or twice for the purpose of reducing bulk.

There are some positives regardless of the amount of air you squeeze out (or don't squeeze out as the case may be); these bags are heavier duty than regular ziplock bags and can be used to store items to keep out dust, mildew, etc. They are also useful when travelling when you are likely to have wet swimsuits, towels, or other items that you need to keep separate from your other clothes.

I rated these bags 3 stars due to the rolling issue I mentioned above; it really takes away from the ease of use and original intended purpose (to have your clothes take up half of the normal space). However, the other uses I mentioned keep them from being a waste of money and since they are part of Amazon's 4-for-3 promo as of this writing, it makes them a better deal.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Jane Eyre on March 8, 2010
I love the concept of these bags, but buy a better brand like Eagle Creek if you are doing serious travel. I used these for three weeks traveling Australia (2 LG 2 MED). Only one Med bag worked by the end. The large ones developed holes almost immediately and the other med bag tore apart completely right before I came home. Plus the clip sealer things kept coming off the bags. Recommend only MED size for travel. LG is big but then you have a huge block that is a little trickier to pack if you are using a rolling duffel, etc. The MED bags were easier to pack with and weren't as heavy.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Cliff Johnson on December 30, 2009
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I must admit I was skeptical of this product at first. I worked in the "as seen on tv" industry for quite a few years and very little of what is sold that way actually works even remotely as well as their commercials claim. Space Bags appear to be the rare exception. We bought some on the recommendation of my mother in law and took them on vacation with us. I would estimate that we were able to fit probably at least 50% more items in our suitcases, which is pretty impressive. The bags are pretty easy to use, although the rolling method really doesn't work as well as the "sitting the bag on something solid and pressing on it" method. Clothes come out wrinkled to some degree, but probably not any more so than if you squished them in a suitcase. The only think I would watch is that they might actually allow you to put to many clothes in a single suitcase, which could cause weight issues if you try and take it on a plane, so weigh your bags before you go. Overall, highly recommended.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Brian Tai on November 9, 2011
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Bought the bags to help with packing for a business trip. On first use one of the bags already developed/had a leak in the same where the one way valves are located. Wow. That's awful. I was able to create a stop gap solution with some packing tape. Not something I like to see on the first day of use. I'm not confident these would survive any sort of real repeated "traveling".

The plastic zipper piece can pop off - which isn't what bothers me. It won't actually seal both of the seams unless you provide a decent amount of pressure on the zipper itself. As opposed to just sliding it across to seal the top, you have to squeeze it hard and slide it at the same time. Otherwise it'll close the top but not the bottom.

As others have noted, the plastic itself is thin and doesn't seem like it'd stand up to much use. While rolling a down jacket in a bag, I could see the bag stretch due to the pressure of the air inside.

Returning them and spending a little more money on the Eagle Creek variety (which also comes with their lifetime warranty).
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